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Ruth’s House (our aftercare center in Indonesia) is not simply a place for our clients to stay and recover from their trauma; it’s also an opportunity to prepare our clients for life outside of Ruth’s House, where they have to find a job, housing, and survive on their own–sometimes without their family around. This is why we provide education and opportunities to pursue vocational schools of their choosing. The focus of this post, however, is highlighting a program we provide that emphasizes valuable, practical life skills that our clients need when they exit. Over the next few months, we’re getting busy in the kitchen!

The cooking program is fairly straightforward, but something we consider immensely valuable to our client’s progress toward’s exit. Once a week, our clients participate in preparing lunch for the day with help and instruction from the housemothers, and record the ingredients and cooking directions in their…

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